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PGX14 Lavalier Wireless System Band J6

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Shure delivers unmatched performance and ease of use to anyone looking to step up to wireless. The PGX4 receiver has features like Automatic Frequency Selection and Automatic Transmitter Setup that ge... Read More

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Shure delivers unmatched performance and ease of use to anyone looking to step up to wireless. The PGX4 receiver has features like Automatic Frequency Selection and Automatic Transmitter Setup that get you up and running, hassle-free. Shure's patented Audio Reference Companding delivers crystal-clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technology. This package includes the PGX4 receiver, PGX1 body transmitter, and Lavalier mic.

Features Receiver
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup
  • Automatic Frequency Selection
  • 90 selectable frequencies across 18MHz bandwidth
  • 1/4 wave antennas
  • Microprocessor-controlled diversity
  • Channel display LED
  • XLR and 1/4" outputs
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup
  • Multifunction LED indicator (power, lockout, mute, low battery)
  • -10dB pad
  • 8 hours of continuous use with 2 AA batteries
  • 18MHz operating range
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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Clear, no interference, Shure quality!

By lh

from pasadena, ca

I got this at a local Guitar Center in Pasadena, CA. the label sign said $648 and they realized it was mispriced. In stores it's actually $399.99 and he gave me 10% off because I really wanted the lower model PG14 which they don't carry in stores. At our church, we rent out a school auditorium where there's no sound padding. We currently have a Shure wireless handheld (looks like a Pg14 + handheld but I think it's some older model) and a Sennheiser wireless lapel system that's been giving us a lot of interference/feedback. First I tried the new AKG wireless presenter set and it had a lot of pops and feedback even though we adjusted the squelch and other areas. So we tried this PGX14/WL93 system and this past Sunday there was no feedback, pops, in interference. We only experienced the clean and clear interference-free sound that comes from Shure. On the base unit, I mounted it on top of our other Shure (which was set to channel) 1 and pressed channel and it seems like channel 9 was the only available option (7, 8, 9 at first, but now just 9). I think this is fine as we won't be adding more wireless systems, as of yet. Once we popped in the 2 AA batteries into the transmitter unit I brought the unit over to the wireless base and hit "auto-sync". I wasn't sure if it was 1 tap or hold so I held it and it synced. After that, everything worked beautifully. I appreciated that the body transmitter was easy to use. Hold the top button for power (green), push once for mute (orange), and again for unmute (green). On the side there's a gain switch for mic (high), 0 (medium), -10db (low). the "0" level was the best because mic was too loud and pitchy. The lavaliere mic was great. I originally thought it would pick up too many other ambient sounds since it's a condenser mic but even with the band playing in the back the speaker was the only voice captured in the mic. there were no pops from "p" sounds and it did not have ruffling sounds on the shirt/jacket (I did not put on the wind screen which is quite big and odd looking). All we received was clear sound. The other good thing about this model (transmitter) is that you can use 3 different lavaliere mics: WL93 (which it came with), the higher end WL185, or the lower end PG185 which comes with the PG14/PG185. WL93: $80, WL185: $100. PG185:$40. Having loved the countryman, I am now completely fine with the above options. Countrymans break and cost $400+ just to replace the mic (yes just the mic!). I don't know how the lower end PG185 is, but I assume it's Shure clear. So for $40-$100 to replace a lavaliere mic, I would gladly choose this over and over again! And Shure will be the brand of choice over and over again.

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By Ryan Blaine

from Santa Monica CA

I have only used this in one setting, but it was a remote environment where I doubt there was much interference. I had line of sight at about 35 ft from the speaker. I felt like the companding feature was limiting the sound by cutting off the beginning and ending of the speakers phrases. there wasn't much gain from the unit either. I also felt like the omnidirectional, which was all that was stocked was not the best for sound reproduction from a PA. Mostly the cutting in and out of the signal made the audio unusable. Your experience may vary. I am probably going to return and try another unit that was not stock. The automatic channel selection is a nice feature (assuming it works properly)

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